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This paper proposed the using a computer for classifying the diabetic retinopathy 4 diabetic severity levels: normal level, light level, medium level and severe level from the fundus image by using image processing with the deep learning. The development of the model for classification of fundus images, shown that the modeling of this paper is more accurate than previous research using machine learning. In addition, this paper uses the model developed to be a prototype. It is shown that the accuracy of the classification of the severity of the diabetic retinopathy, which can help the ophthalmologist effectively diagnose the severity of the diabetic retinopathy from the fundus image.
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